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KITSCH  Stand, Royal Worcester (manufacturer), about 1770. The Victoria and Albert Museum

KITSCH Stand, Royal Worcester (manufacturer), about 1770. The Victoria and Albert Museum

Möllendorf service. Place of origin: Meissen, Germany (made). Date: ca. 1761 (made). Artist/Maker: Kändler, Johann Joachim, born 1706 - died 1775 (The service was made under the direction of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. The reliefs were d, Designer). Meissen porcelain factory (manufacturer). Materials and Techniques: Hard-paste porcelain with moulded and applied decoration, painted in enamels and gilt. Courtesy: © Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK).

Möllendorf service

Möllendorf service. Place of origin: Meissen, Germany (made). Date: ca. 1761 (made). Artist/Maker: Kändler, Johann Joachim, born 1706 - died 1775 (The service was made under the direction of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. The reliefs were d, Designer). Meissen porcelain factory (manufacturer). Materials and Techniques: Hard-paste porcelain with moulded and applied decoration, painted in enamels and gilt. Courtesy: © Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK).

ca. 1775 (made) Porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, and with a silver spout  Dimensions  Height: 14.9 cm, Diameter: 12.4 cm  Object history note  The spout, of which the top has been broken off, is replaced in silver.  Purchased by Lady Charlotte Schreiber from a Mellor, London, for 13 shillings 6 pence in 1867Teapot and cover of porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, and with a silver spout, made by Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, ca. 1775.

Teapot and cover

ca. 1775 (made) Porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, and with a silver spout Dimensions Height: 14.9 cm, Diameter: 12.4 cm Object history note The spout, of which the top has been broken off, is replaced in silver. Purchased by Lady Charlotte Schreiber from a Mellor, London, for 13 shillings 6 pence in 1867Teapot and cover of porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, and with a silver spout, made by Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, ca. 1775.

AMPHORA POTTERY, RIESSNER, STELLMACHER & KESSEL Art Nouveau foliate vase with nymph partially encased in blossom, red RSTK mark, impressed Amphora marks, 14.5 in. high

AMPHORA POTTERY, RIESSNER, STELLMACHER & KESSEL Art Nouveau foliate vase with nymph partially encased in blossom, red RSTK mark, impressed Amphora marks, 14.5 in. high

A Copeland vase and cover by Charles Ferdinand Hurten circa 1862 By family repute this vase and cover was included in the International Exhibition of 1862. It was at this exhibition that Copeland first exhibited the magnificent flower painting of C F Hürten. On this occasion a large vase was purchased by the South Kensington Museum, now the Victoria and Albert Museum

A Copeland vase and cover by Charles Ferdinand Hurten circa 1862 By family repute this vase and cover was included in the International Exhibition of 1862. It was at this exhibition that Copeland first exhibited the magnificent flower painting of C F Hürten. On this occasion a large vase was purchased by the South Kensington Museum, now the Victoria and Albert Museum

Silver gilt nautilus shell glass and enamel height 27 cm diameter 10 cm1592

Silver gilt nautilus shell glass and enamel height 27 cm diameter 10 cm1592

James D. Julia, Inc. -  Moser Enameled Vase. Smoke colored glass with applied blue crystal rigaree to edge of vase and wishbone decoration around top. Enameled decoration of a bird flying over a garden of flower blossoms,pods, leaves and branches

James D. Julia, Inc. - Moser Enameled Vase. Smoke colored glass with applied blue crystal rigaree to edge of vase and wishbone decoration around top. Enameled decoration of a bird flying over a garden of flower blossoms,pods, leaves and branches

Tureen, cover and stand Place of origin:London, England (made)Date:ca. 1755 (made)Artist/Maker:Chelsea Porcelain factory (manufacturer)Materials and Techniques:Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamels

Tureen, cover and stand

Tureen, cover and stand Place of origin:London, England (made)Date:ca. 1755 (made)Artist/Maker:Chelsea Porcelain factory (manufacturer)Materials and Techniques:Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamels

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